As Chance danced across the stage with smoke effects adding to the energy, a man rushed in stage left and grabbed Chance from behind. He was naturally taken aback, and ended up body slamming the fan to the ground as security rushed in. Chance lost his iconic "3" hat in the process.
In the wake of Christina Grimmie's death at the hands of a deranged fan it's even more important to respect the boundary between audience and the artist on stage. A fan captured the moment on camera. Watchhere.
His place was eventually taken by Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose for the remainder of their Rock Or Bust tour - and while Joel never got the call, Ryan says he would have done it in a heartbeat if the opportunity arose.
He tells The Metal Voice: "He wasn't officially approached but he was humbled by a lot of comments with some people saying he should do it.
"He said, 'If that ever happened, the first thing I'd do is call Brian and get his permission and the second thing I'd do is call a cab to the airport.'" Read morehere.
"Rihanna and Drake are seeing other people at the moment," an insider tells E! Online. "They are not exclusive anymore. They still love each other, but their schedules have gotten in the way."
The source left a glimmer of hope for the former flame, though. "Anything can change between them though, for better or worse," the source adds. "They are still in each other's lives." Read morehere.
"I can't thank AT&T enough for this opportunity," said Garth Brooks. "I will say no matter what device you view the show on, none of them are going to be big enough!!
"This show is HUGE!!! I got to see the show for the first time this week and I was blown away with how clear it looks, how real it feels...it is like you are right there when it is happening!"here.
She loves engaging with her fans on the social media platform so she decided to play a little prank on them by pretending she was releasing a surprise album titled Pick My Fruit Out at midnight.
Most fans got the joke when they realized the tracklist is only different names of fruit, but some still believed it was real. The '(Harambe interlude)" is easily one of the funniest parts. Read more including the fake tracklistinghere.
On Wednesday, October 12th, subscribers of the streaming service will gain front row and backstage access to JT + The Tennessee Kids, a concert film which Justin Timberlake is dedicating to Prince.
"His influence, and I have this in common with I think every musician of my generation and the generations to come, his influence is all over everyone's music and there's so much that I feel like I've maybe consciously and unconsciously borrowed from him that it felt'right," Timberlake explained to E!. 'It just feels right to dedicate the film to him." Read morehere.
As he sings about having a dirty mind, Jonas is depicted with his handheld camera capturing all the action during a steamy elevator makeout session which eventually leads to the bedroom.
Amidst all the steamy fun, the video pans to Jonas and his band performing together and the clip turns into one giant DNCE party. 'Body Moves" was directed by Hannah Lux Davis. Watch the NSFW cliphere.
It will feature the veteran band's very first performance at the famed Royal Albert Hall which took place back in June of this year where they were joined by a full orchestra.
The new package will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray, CD and digitally and features the orchestra performances of some of the band's biggest hits including "Barracuda", "Magic Man", "These Dreams", "Alone", and more. See the tracklistinghere.
The clip was filmed on set resembling the Oval Office, and shows the comedian checking the place out, reclining on a couch and rocking hard until secret service agents, one of which is played by Weezer's Rivers Cuomo, forcefully remove him.
Even so, there's an explosive finale that reflects both the politically tense times we're in and the band's sense of humor. Weezer tweeted on Sunday (Oct. 9) to promote the clip. Watch ithere.
The native New Yorker also had some surprises for the crowd. Jay Z joined Keys to perform their 2010 chart topper 'Empire State of Mind." Also joining Keys on stage were Nas, John Mayer and Questlove. The soul singer covered John Lennon's 'Imagine" to celebrate the late Beatles member's birthday. October 9 would have been Lennon's 76th birthday.
Here is the follow-up to Keys' 2012's album Girl on Fire. Just last week she shared her A$AP Rocky-collab "Blended Family (What You Do For Love)," the first single from the new album. Here is executive produced by Swizz Beatz, and scheduled for release November 4. Read morehere.
Speaking about his role on tracks like "The Glory is in You" and "The Chosen Ones," he explained that the audio came from a conversation he had with the artist in the studio. "There wasn't a lot of people in the studio, it was an intimate setting with the engineer and we just talked about what's going on, looking at issues and looking at what's going on in the world and also our culture and our differences," he told Complex. "I think the magic came because it's from a man and a woman's perspective in views and values."
In the narrations, Master P draws parallels, connecting his own rise to self-made mogul-status--particularly his insistence on doing it independently--and the overarching themes of empowerment and agency. Both the artist and producer share Louisiana roots.
When asked how Solange described the album, he said, "She told me it's gonna be soulful. There's a lot of things going on [in the country], a lot of injustice, women not believing in their beauty and who they are. She told me that she was doing her, she was sticking by what she believes in. She wasn't trying to make a record for everybody, she was trying to make a record for her fans and also make music that the world could relate to and for people to understand that we are kings and queens." Read morehere.
The band have issued the track to mark their upcoming UK tour with Simo and Aaron Keylock, which is due to get underway in Southampton, on November 16.
TeamRock said of their second album: "Having sharpened their teeth supporting everyone from Black Star Riders to Rich Robinson and Joanne Shaw Taylor in recent times, the Stockport quartet have returned revitalised, their canines more razor-like than ever.
"A major step up from their debut - an album which received many plaudits in its own right - Across The Divide is as diverse as it is ballsy and heartfelt." Listen to the song and see their tour dateshere.
The film was directed by Ferdinando Baldi (David and Goliath starring Orson Welles) and the DVD, Blu-ray and digital download versions are in HD, mastered from the original 35mm negative.
The release is preceded by midnight theatrical screenings at IFC Center in New York City on October 7 and 8, and a double feature with Jodorowsky's El Topo at the Castro Theater in San Francisco on October 21.here.
And Little Mixers across the globe LOST. THEIR. MINDS. The girls made the announcement by posting a video from the desert, where they all looked absolutely stunning.
Of course, everyone thinks the song is about Perrie Edwards' ex fiance, Zayn Malik, and it might be. But we won't know for sure until we hear the lyrics. Read morehere.
In a new interview with Pigeons and Planes, Jean revealed why he felt the need to collaborate with Thugger so soon after working together. It might have something to do with the parallel he drew between the young Atlanta rapper and one of the biggest names in hip-hop ever to emerge out of Compton.
"He reminded me of a modern Tupac, in a sense--in a revolutionary sense," he said, explaining that it was less about Young Thug's style and more about his interest and awareness in the world around him. "I mean that by, alright, you might see a thug, but his connection to history seemed similar to what Pac understood." Read morehere.
I wrote the bones of 'Fixed For Today' when I was kid, when I say kid, I mean like 18... So in various forms and versions it's been knocking around forever. One version had this 60s girl group chorus, another version was like an acoustic Dylan song with harmonica all over it. In various incarnations it has nearly made it onto all 3 of my previous albums.
Which is interesting because that is literally never how I write, I always go forward, never revisit old stuff. But this song just wouldn't go away. It just kept knocking at the door.
The 2016 version of the song is about feeling ok, it's about getting through a tricky thing and realizing that life can be a motherf***er, but that's ok. All through 2015 I was tangled up in a bad record deal with a sketchy label, and I wrote the chorus with my brother on the morning I was released from the deal, I suppose it is the sound of me being set free. Blowing the cobwebs out.
We recorded the song In Dean St Studios in Soho one night, it's this beautiful old recording studio which David Bowie and T-Rex used to record in. I played all the instruments except the drums which were played by my friend Steve Pilgrim and we just threw it down, tried to keep it rough and spontaneous. The vocal on the track is the guide vocal. Lastly my friend Trevor Mires added some Otis Redding horns and that was it. It went down really easy.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the albumright here!
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